Steve Spangler Science: Coin Tower
Steve Spangler Science

Use stacked coins as an immaculate kids’ science demonstration in inertia, friction, and movement.

Steve Spangler Science: Money Under Bottle
Steve Spangler Science

This is an activity that uses friction and inertia in unexpected ways. But, you might make some quick cash.

Steve Spangler Science: Newton's Bottle (Dollar Bill Inertia Trick)
Steve Spangler Science

You reveal the inertia portion of Newton’s First Law of Motion with paper money, a few coins, and two soda bottles.

Steve Spangler Science: Whip Off the Tablecloth Trick
Steve Spangler Science

Yanking a tablecloth out from under food and dishes is easy… if you listen to Sir Isaac Newton.

Steve Spangler Science: The Coin Drop
Steve Spangler Science

Gravity and inertia combine to neatly drop a penny (or a stack of pennies) into a glass.

Steve Spangler Science: Newton’s Inertia Beads
Steve Spangler Science

Inertia, force, and motion come together as Sir Isaac Newton’s favorite beads pull themselves out of a container.

Steve Spangler Science: The Egg Drop
Steve Spangler Science

Demonstrate gravity, motion, and other forces with this incredible science trick.

Steve Spangler Science: The Olympics and the Science of Spin
Steve Spangler Science

How do ice skaters control the speed of their spin?

Arizona Science Center: Anti-Gravity Gyros
Arizona Science Center

Explore ways to overcome gravity by building and testing an anti-gravity device.

Lowell Observatory Camps for Kids (LOCKS): Newton's First Law (Part 1 of 3)
Lowell Observatory

This challenge is for anyone who would like to try it.

Raising Dragons: Exploring Inertia with Checkers
Raising Dragons

For this experiment you need about 10 checkers.